Thursday, May 06, 2010

Sri Mulyani Indrawati Profile Biography Indonesia First Women Appointed the Managing Director of the World Bank

Biodata Sri Mulyani Indrawati, profile and biography the most powerful women in Indonesia. Sri Mulyani Indrawati (born in Bandar Lampung, Lampung, August 26, 1962) is an Indonesian economist, the first Indonesian woman who will served as Managing Director of the World Bank. She has been recently appointed the Managing Director of the World Bank and resigned as Finance Minister of Indonesia.

This position will be assigned starting June 1, 2010. Previously, she served as Minister of Finance of the United Indonesia Cabinet. Once, she was based in the Office of the World Bank, she practically left her post as finance minister. Prior to her finance minister, she served as Minister of State for National Development Planning / Head of Bappenas of United Indonesia Cabinet.

Sri Mulyani was previously known as an observer in the Indonesian economy. She was Head of Institute for Economic and Community Faculty of Economic, University of Indonesia (LPEM FEUI) since June 1998. On December 5, 2005, when President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono announced a Cabinet reshuffle, Sri Mulyani moved to replace Finance Minister Jusuf Anwar. Since the year 2008, she served as Executive Task Coordinating Minister for Economy, after Coordinating Minister for Economic Affair Dr. Boediono was sworn in as Governor of Bank Indonesia.

She was crowned as the best Finance Minister of Asia for the year 2006 by Emerging Markets on 18 September 2006 at the Annual Meeting between the World Bank and IMF in Singapore.

Sri Mulyani received her doctorate in economics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1992. She is an executive director of the International Monetary Fund representing 12 economies in Southeast Asia. In 2001, Sri Mulyani left for Atlanta, United States, to serve as a consultant with the U.S. Aid Agency USAID for programs to strengthen Indonesia’s autonomy. She lectured on the Indonesian economy at Georgia University.

She successfully tackled corruption in Indonesia's tax and customs office, and enjoys a reputation for integrity. In August 2008, Sri Mulyani was ranked by Forbes Magazine as the 23rd most powerful woman in the world and the most powerful in Indonesia.

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3 comments:

  1. ini basic grammar nya banyak yg salah yak..
    e.g: Indonesian not Indonesia... who will serve not served... etc. ... waduh....

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  2. The grammar of "Once she was based" is supposedly "Once she is based",

    She was Head of Institute for Economic and Community Faculty of Economic, University of Indonesia (LPEM FEUI, I think it must be "She was the Head of Institute...because it refers to a clear object (position)

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  3. GOD Blest Her

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